Beto O'Rourke, one of many democratic contenders in the crowded field of presidential candidates in 2020, asked a 17-year-old Siu-Siou, Iowa, on Thursday, where he might not have been ready. 19659002] "Everything is OK, if you say" no ", and will you go to graduation party with me?" Claire Campbell asked, according to by De Minne's Reporter . Campbell also kept the golden letters on the blackboard – the color of Iowa Hawkis – that showed her a question that was previously seen by O & RWork's staff.
Polished politician and quick-humane, Texas told Campbell that he never went to graduation party and did not ask him.
"As someone who did not go to graduation night because nobody asked me, I really touched," answered O'Rourke. ̵
"But someone told me about your sign, so we came up with a counter proposal."
O'Rourke then lifted his mark, according to Register . She read: "Will you be for me?"
The Des Moine Registry asked Campbell after the campaign, if she was disappointed with O'Reorge's answer, and she was, "because as I need a graduation day.
However , Rourke lost one potential club, since Campbell is reportedly living in South Dakota, which means that she can not be part of Iowa's membership.
The date comes on the charges of former vice- President Joe Biden, accused of inappropriate contact with women. Biden is now the leader of most of the Democratic Presidencies Benny Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker, Amy Klobuchar and Kirsten Jillibrand, along with Biden, former First Lady Michelle Obama, Southern Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pitt Buttigge and O & 39, Rurk, a former US Senate House spokesman for the Texas Republican Ted Creus last fall.